The annual SXSWedu conference brings together leaders from all areas of education to connect, collaborate, and change how we teach and learn. What we love about the event (aside from great Texas BBQ!) is that each year program content for the event is influenced by the education community. Hundreds of session proposals are submitted each year and voted on by the education community through the event’s PanelPicker website.
Vote for Edmodo
Over 700 proposals were submitted for the 2014 conference and yesterday marked the first day of voting. We’d love your vote on our panel presentation titled – To LMS Or Not To LMS?
In the panel, Edmodo CEO, Crystal Hutter, along with a panel of experts including Karen Cator (Digital Promise), Adam Seldow (Chesterfield County Public Schools) and Stan Silverman (New York Institute of Technology) will discuss systems for effective learning, both inside and outside the classroom. Do LMSes fill the need? What do schools need today? What additional capabilities will schools need going forward? What are some of the best practices in using these systems that teachers and school districts can use?
If you’d like to see the panel at this year’s event, give us your vote!
How to Vote
In order to submit, you will need to create a free account on the PanelPicker website and join the SXSW Community. Then, click on our session link and hit the “thumbs-up” icon to vote. You can also browse through the site to vote on other workshops and presentations that have been submitted.
Voting ends on September 6, so check out all the great proposals and place your votes!